The high restaurant count does this place proud, and there’s a great pool scene, too.
The Taurus Mountains and the Med make great backdrops to this place. Paths weave their way through jasmine-scented gardens to a private stretch of beach, and just outside the hotel grounds there’s a strip of shops.
This place pulls out all the stops on the restaurant front – there are 7 altogether including a Mexican one on the beach. The pools aren’t far behind, with special mention going to the one with whirlpool baths.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals in "La Noblesse" restaurant. Snacks.Tea and coffee and pastries.
Selected local and international alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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If relaxation is what you're looking for, head to the outdoor relax pool. It's specifically designed to be calm and tranquil with the help of Jacuzzis® - a great place to de-stress. Sunbeds, parasols and towels are included.
Hotel-run kids' club
A great kids' club offering activities and entertainment for little ones aged 4-12 years.
Lotus Far East Asian à la carte restaurant*
Tuck into speciality dishes from the Far East here.
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twin room with garden view
Twin room with garden view sleeps 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children with twin beds and a sofa-bed. Satellite TV with international channels and a music channel. Air-conditioning and central heating is centrally controlled in the main building.
twin room with garden view
Twin room with garden view sleeps up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children with twin beds and a sofa-bed - can be sold as a single. Satellite TV with international channels and a music channel. Air-conditioning and central heating is centrally controlled in the main building.
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A very good all included hotel. I went here a while back with my family and I liked it a lot. I am not a big fan of all included hotels in general since I like to get around. But when you are on family holidays, everyone needs to be happy and you can make sure of that here. The location is great and also everything they have to offer. The area is also quite big, with a private beach and there is plenty to do. My mum and I went to the spa at the hotel and that was also very good. Not far from here there is shopping and markets, so for a family holiday I think this hotel is a very good option.More
We really cannot praise this hotel up enough, on arrival we were told we'd been upgraded to a beautiful villa, all of the rooms were fantastic, comfy beds, clean and spacious, the air con worked very well and was not noisy, mini bar re stocked daily, fresh towels every day also. All the staff were extremely friendly and very helpful, there was a huge choice of food at each meal so no complaints there either, the whole complex was kept pristine and the few little cats and kittens that are housed there are a delight and no bother, must admit to falling in love with a tiny grey striped kitten, so friendly, the pool areas were also spotless and there are so many sunbeds so you don't have to get up early to save any, the entertainment team worked so hard and made us laugh so much, Mohamed was a star! We cannot fault a thing and will definitely be returning to the Paloma Renaissance and will also be recommending a stay here to our friends.More
419Rachel1961, Ipswich, United Kingdom
Lovely resort, but go "in season"
Spent a week here in March 2014 (rather late submitting this!), and got an amazing last-minute deal through First Choice. At first we didn't realise it was a Renaissance resort, as it was initially branded as 'Paloma' on our documents... so this was a pleasant surprise. Unfortunately, we soon found out why it was so inexpensive at this time; many of the facilities and restaurants were still closed for the winter season. Having said that, we still enjoyed our stay, and I would certainly like to experience the resort in "full swing" later in the season! The location is rather remote, and there's not much to do or see in the immediate area. In fact, it seemed rather shabby outside of the resort... not sure whether it was because we were out of season, but most shops and restaurants were closed or abandoned. However, it was very easy to take a bus into Kemer, and there were several excursions available to Antalya or other tourist destinations. The resort is a reasonable size, with beautiful landscaping and a nice stretch of beach. At the time of our stay, there was a lot of maintenance and 'sprucing up' being undertaken: painting, refurbishing, cleaning, landscaping, and so on... I'm sure it looked fabulous when it was all ready, but for us it was a slight inconvenience. The main pool and all restaurants in the grounds were closed, but the beach bar (which was lovely!) did open for a couple of lunches during our stay. We weren't lucky with the weather, but on the days when we had sunshine there were loads of places to sunbathe and lots of sunbeds. We stayed in the main hotel, and I thought it was lovely. A large and impressive lobby area with loads of seating, leading through to the main restaurant and bar areas. The room was spacious and well appointed... slightly dated, yes, but it had a luxurious feel. The balconies are very small, but we had a pleasant view of the grounds with a glimpse of the sea. The beds were comfortable, with high quality sheets and nice fluffy pillows. The main buffet restaurant is beautifully decorated, and the food was varied and of a good quality. The wine was grim, though! At breakfast, the hot food area seemed to be disorganized and getting freshly cooked eggs or bacon was a challenge. Still, we enjoyed our meals there... and also visited the a la carte restaurants, which were great. What really stood out about this resort was the service. All of the staff were extremely friendly and helpful, especially in the lobby bar and at the beach bar (when it was open).More
AR_Cox_, Market Harborough, United Kingdom
Kind Service, Great Environment and A Joyful Stay
We just came back from Renaissance, Beldibi resort. When we arrived our check in process very fast and they upgraded our room to an executive room at NO cost. Resort personnel were always kind and smiling. Service was very fast at the all restaurants. Food was very good with a lot of choices. I read some review about that there was not any vegetarian food options which is not true at all. Resort restaurants serves plenty of Turkish food which has lots of lots of vegetarian options and they are delicious. Turkish cuisine has a special reputation world wide and has lots of variety for vegetables in general. We did not like the sea food options like shrimp and crawfish because they were tasteless. I think Turks don't cook them with lots of spices as we can call New Orleans style cooking. All Turkish cuisine meals were great. Deserts were fantastic especially the fruit deserts with much less calorie options like peach, pear, apricots, apple and fig deserts besides the plenty of baklava, sekerpare type heavy deserts. Drinks were plenty with a quick service. I enjoyed Turkish coffee, raki (like uzo) and Turkish tea! Resort beach was very beautiful with great amount sunbeds. Pool was okay, not too big, but the bar at the pool was really nice to sit in the pool and sipp a drink. Environment is fantastic with 2000 trees and plants at the resort. All walking paths were decorated and surrounded with wonderful looking flowers beds. Jasmine flowers' smell was so beautiful and filled us with joy while we were walking to the beach or pool area. The view from our room was Taurus Mountains-very beautiful. When we were in the sea or in the pool we just swam with this extraordinary view of mountains too. Entertainment was just okay. We stayed there for two nights, and we watched some shows like laser show, dance show and live music, but my husband and I were not impressed much. Live music show was good last Saturday night (September 6th), but the dancing area was very small and very crowded. Some reviews mentioned about room decorations.. Yes they are not ultra luxury rooms and they don't have updated furniture but you have everything you need in the rooms-except the wash rags! They do provide only one wash rags/per room and unfortunately the second day we did not have even one wash rag. I don't know about Europeans but resort should know that Americans use wash rags for cleaning their body. Our package was all inclusive so we enjoyed the free safety box in our room too. One very important negative thing about the rooms is air-condition issue! It is not very effective. Having a good cool room takes very long time. We are Americans and we love cool air at indoor places, but resort is failing on this subject. Especially resort's indoor areas, bars etc were very humid and warm. Resort guests were mostly from Europe and probably this subject of cool air was not a matter to them. We enjoyed very much our two nights stay with the room, food, beach and had a really relaxed time there. I wish we could stay more there. I would like to say this resort is fantastic especially with their very kind resort personnel. They make you feel that you are cared very well. This is the most important feature for any hotel or resort for a stable success. My request from Renaissance cooks would be "Please update your sea food cooking style. What ever you serve as shrimp or crawfish they taste like napkins.."More
GigiSunay, New York City, New York
First of all, I would like to clarify the poor rating I have given - its not based on the food or some of the rooms, its based on Marriott policies. We booked the place for 3 night on points and did not know it was an all inclusive. We were given a horrible room where the airconditioner made a lot of noise but did not cool at all. The mini fridge in the room did not work so we could not even get cold water, the ice bucket in the room was so dirty, I did not feel like using it to get ice and cool the water. The furniture & furnishings were horrible and dirty and bathroom was from 1970s. The temp. in the area those days was around 35 C so you can imagine the frustration. After complaining about the room, they offered to move us to another room. Secondly, when we went to the restaurant for breakfast and asked for the menu, they did not have one. They said its an all inclusive restaurant and the staff had no idea what to do with us. After talking to the admin staff at the front desk, they asked us to pay 70 Euros per person and take the all inclusive meal deal, which seemed too expensive to us. They said in that case we can order the breakfast from the roomservice menu and eat it in our room. We had not come to a hotel to eat all meals in our room and since we had a car, we decided to go out of the hotel to small town nearby and eat there, there was not many choices in the small town so we were kinda stuck. They again asked us to take the all inclusive meal package and reduced the rate a bit, since we were stuck we took the package. The food in hotel is pretty good. The reason for a poor rating is - when we booked the hotel, the website should have told us its all inclusive and given us the option to select either room only or all inclusive package with points. There is a big difference in how different hotel chains treat their loyalty members. At Hilton with the same status, we are made to feel special and upgraded all the time, at Marriott they treat loyalty like freeloaders and give the worse room and treatment. We have had similar experience with Marriott in the AC hotels in Spain.More
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